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In our initial ventures into canine accoutrements, we explored all options, from plain to over-the-top. In the end, though, practicality, price and Daisy’s personality won out, a reminder that it’s not totally up to us—with some pet products, the dog decides.

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This article first appeared in The Bark,
Issue 70: Jun/Jul/Aug 2012
Kathleen St. John is a freelance writer for target The Denver Post and The Onion's A.V. Club, and a lifelong dog lover. She lives in Denver, Colo., with her husband, John, and her dog, Daisy, who's a mix of just about everything. avclub.com

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Submitted by Anonymous | October 15 2012 |

Great story! I'd like to know the brand/model of the "high-end grooming rake" that was recommended by a trainer. Thanks!

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